Friday, October 1, 2010

Austrians isolate Passau and Salzburg

5 July 1813

The first phase of the Austrian advance is now complete. The garrisons of Passau and Salzburg have been isolated and the river Salach is secure. 3 and 4 corps are urged to march to Linz with the utmost speed.

The Austrian advance has left two corps within striking distance of the whole French army, and without immediate support from their reserves. Oudinot is well positioned to take advantage of this error by striking with 10 corps.

4 July 1813

2 Austrian corps on the march to Mattsee

Charles takes up position at Altheim with 1 corps to block the Passau garrison moving south of the river Danube. 2 corps moves to Mattsee to sever the Passau to Salzburg road. 3 and 4 corps are urged to move to Linz at their best speed.

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